Check out this list of 29 Free Things To Do In Munich. Among those free attractions is not just the famous Oktoberfest but also numerous other exciting places.
1. BMW World Munich
In the BMW World Munich you can experience the history and future of one of the world's most renowned car makers and learn a lot about mobility.
2. Old Botanical Garden
The Old Botanical Garden Munich is located in the center of the Bavarian state capital. Here you can find a nice Park Café and watch rabbits!
Visitors under 18 years can visit the impressive Residenzmuseum Munich with its numerous magnificent rooms free of charge!
One of the best farmer markets has to be Viktualienmarkt Munich. Germany is home to many great markets but this is probably the most beautiful.
5. Asam Church
The Asam Church Munich is an important building from the late Baroque period and impresses visitors with its magnificent looks.
6. St. Michael’s Church
St. Michael's church in Munich is the first Renaissance church north of the Alps and considered a model for Baroque church construction in southern Germany.
The Feldherrenhalle in Munich is an impressive monument to honour the tradition of the Bavarian army and a sacred Nazi site.
The Frauenkirche in Munich’s Old Town or Cathedral of Our Lady is one of the landmarks of the Bavarian state capital and said to be built by the devil.
9. City Hall’s Glockenspiel
The world famous City Hall Munich Glockenspiel is a must-visit for every tourist and a popular landmark in Bavaria’s capital.
10. Theatine Church
The Theatine Church in Munich was built in the style of Italian late Baroque and has a truly magnificent exterior and interior.
11. St. Maximilian Church
St. Maximilian Church in Munich was built at the end of the 19th century to keep up with the rapid growth of the Bavarian metropolis.
12. Mariahilf Church
The history of the Mariahilf Church in Munich goes back to the year 1463. At that time, a cross was washed ashore. On the same spot a chapel was built.
13. Visitors Park at Munich Airport
The Visitors Park at Munich Airport offers an interactive exhibition, an extraordinary playground and a visitor's mound for plane watching.
14. Riemer Park
The Riemer Park in Munich is a former airfield that became a popular recreational area for visitors and recieved the German Landscape Architecture Award.
15. Hofgarten and Courtyards at Munich Residenz
Directly behind the Odeonsplatz square in the city center, the Hofgarten Munich invites you to relax with its majestic flair.
16. St. Lukas Church
St Lukas Church in Munich is the third Protestant-Lutheran church in the city. It's located on the western bank of the Isar River between two bridges.
17. Olympic Park
The Olympic Park in Munich it a generously designed park with numerous sights, such as the Munich Olympiaturm and the Munich Olympic Walk Of Stars.
The Maximiliansanlagen Munich are a green oasis at the eastern bank of the Isar. The central point is the 38 meter high Angel of Peace monument.
19. Parish Church of St. Anna
The Catholic parish church of St. Anna in Munich is located in the district of Lehel opposite the monastery church of St. Anna in Lehel.
20. The Oktoberfest
Is Oktoberfest free? Yes, entrance is free of charge. However, here is a list of other things you should know before our visit to Munich's beer festival.
21. Angel of Peace
The Angel of Peace in Munich is a 38 meters high monument located inside the Maximiliansanlagen and represents the ancient goddess of victory Nike.
The facilities in Westpark in Munich include playgrounds and sports fields, barbecue facilities, two beer gardens, a restaurant, as well as many trails.
The Ostpark in Munich is a public park in Munich's Neuperlach district. It opened in 1973 and is characterized by a very natural look.
24. Hall of Fame and Bavaria Park
The Hall of Fame and Bavaria Munich are a popular photo opportunity and a meeting place for tourists and residents of of the city.
The Luitpoldpark in Munich is one of the most beautiful parks in the city. The best time to come here is in the morning when there are only a few visitors.
26. English Garden
For over 225 years, the wonderful English Garden in Munich has been THE city’s recreational area for locals and tourists alike.
27. Trinity Church
The Trinity Church in Munich is located in the center of the city. With its construction, the city redeemed a vow and hoped to be spared by the Austrians.
28. Nymphenburg Palace Park
In the Nymphenburg Palace park you can spend an entire day. Relax in one of its many calm corners and enjoy unique views!
29. Schleissheim Palace Park
Schleissheim Palace Park “Hofgarten” is special because it is one of the few gardens of the Baroque period whose design has hardly changed to this day.
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